CAPA hosts annual golf challenge

Area golfers of all skill levels are gearing up for the 18th Annual CAPA Golf Challenge, hosted by Waste Management, set for an 11 a.m. shotgun start on Friday, March 16 at Hampton Hall Club Golf Course. A Players’ Award Party for all sponsors and golfers will be held on-site immediately following play.
Register as a team of four or individually for this Texas Shamble tournament. Teams register for $520 and individuals for $140. All players receive a round of golf at Hampton Hall, practice range and balls, tee gift, box lunch, course beverages and entry into the Players’ Awards Party (immediately following play) with two drink tickets. All golfers have a chance to win $10,000 hole-in-one prize!
Men and women of any golf skill level are invited to play. All proceeds benefit the Child Abuse Prevention Association (CAPA) of Beaufort County. To register, visit www.capabeaufort.org or call 843.524.4350. Deadline to register is Friday, March 2.
It’s not too late to serve as a sponsor. Join Waste Management, the tournament’s title sponsor, and help make this year’s event a success. To find out more, call 843-524-4350, email capa714@earthlink.net, or visit www.capabeaufort.org.

CAPA Thrift new location to open

The Child Abuse Prevention Association (CAPA) will host a ribbon cutting and grand opening for the new location of CAPA’s Closet Thrift Shop on Tuesday, March 6 at 10 a.m. CAPA’s Closet’s new home is 1340 Ribaut Road, formerly Keith’s Place. Please call 843-524-0281 or 843-524-4350 for more information or to schedule a furniture pickup. If you are interested in volunteering at
CAPA’s Closet or willing to help with the move, please call Bobbi Aimar at 843-524-0281.

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